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. 112 countries, more than 40 # 0 days of travel. grounded now under doctor's care at new york presbyterian after physicians discovered a blood clot sunday. on a whirlwind trik trip in december she picked up a stomach virus causing dehydration that led to a fall, a concussion and now a blood clot shm she's had a very real accident. she's recovering and will be back. >> for three weeks she's been out of the office but working while recovering at home. her concussion caused her to miss a capitol hill grilling about the most serious crisis of her tenure. unable to testify in person about the benghazi attack her aides went instead. >> secretary clinton is recovering from a serious virus and concussion. all of you who know hillcally know she would rather be here today. >> a scathing independent review board blamed the attack on officials under her command and recommended 29 actions the state department take to prevent future attacks like the one in libya. >> secretary clinton is going to implement all of them. my message to the state department's been simple. that's we are going to
because the speed limit has gone up by 5 miles an hour. new york avenue, one of the busiest roads in and out of the district. the speed limit unchanged for years. until now in a place many have come to know with a speed cameras. >> i got hit by them. i know how to get by them now. keep your speed limit down. >> reporter: at midnight on tuesday, the changes were official thanks to the ruling by mayor grey on monday, they were able to conclude that the speed limit of four of the district's roads could be increased. >> the government determined that it wasn't a hazard to raise it and i think it's great. get the traffic flow moving a little better. >> reporter: many of the drivers we talked to said any increase is better than no increase but it left some other drivers wanting more. since the speed limit increase across the road was by five miles an hour. >> i think they should go up by more than five miles an hour. sometimes you be in a rush and you do speed a little bit. >> reporter: so where are we talking? on new york avenue the increase comes between the maryland line and east and
jack pinto, a 6-year-old who was a big new york giants fan. later today school district employees here in newtown will be meeting discussing how best to handle this tragedy moving forward. as tomorrow children begin returning to class. officials say students who attended sandy hook elementary will be excused indefinitely. live in newtown, connecticut, i'm danielle lee. now back to you. >>> friday's shooting has caused schools all over the country to increase security. in prince george's county police have stepped up patrols around area schools. tony? >> reporter: good morning. prince george's county police have stepped up their patrols as you just mentioned. they actually said they're going to be on campuses throughout the week. now earlier this morning at 10:00 all prince george's county schools observed a moment of silence. >> at this time we are going to have a moment of silence in honor of our students in connecticut. >> reporter: three days after the tragic events took place in newtown, connecticut, schools in our region prepared to go in session and here in prince george's county
will be closed between constitution and new york avenues. they will reopen at 7:00. >>> it was colder when we got up this morning. did you feel how chilly it was? >> i heard the reports from tom kierein earlier today. >> hey, tom. >> the sky looks great, doesn't it? there's a live view from the nbc 4 city camera shows a few whispy high clouds. what a dramatic drop from where we were 36 or so hours ago when it was around 70 degrees. we drop this morning down into the 20s, a nearly 40 to 45 degree drop. it's going above freezing. it's hovering in the upper 30s to around 40 around the area. it includes montgomery, prince george's, arlington and fairfax counties. here is the wider view. other temperatures still in the mid-30s in much of western maryland. southern maryland from fredericksburg and the northern neck on the eastern shore around 40 degrees now. as we take a look at the view from space, we have a few high clouds coming through. they will be with us from time-to-time throughout afternoon. i'll have the forecast for the lighting ceremony. we look at the forecast tomorrow and the afternoon co
and killed in new york city. >>> iran state television is reported that the country navy has started training drills. they see 20% of the oil's pass through it. iran has reportedly warned other ships to stay away from the site until after the new year. the state tv report says the programs include warships, submarines and jet fighters. other countries are worried that these tests are another step toward iran developing a nuclear weapon. >>> the military world is mourning the death of the man known as "stormin norman." he helped to remove saddam hussein out of kuwait. he says schwarzkopf was in love with america and was possessed by duty. he was 78 years old. his death sparked reaction from many prominent american politicians and military members. former secretary of state colin powell said, quote, america lost a great patriot and a great soldier and his leadership not only inspired his troops but also inspired the nation. >>> and storm team 4 meteorologist veronica johnson joining us. we have a completely different scenario than we did the other day. it's so cold. >> a little bit of snow, lit
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